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The diagnosis of functional paresis is evoked when a patient presents with symptoms and signs incompatible with current anatomical and physiological knowledge. A broad assessment, including imaging and motor evoked potentials at rest, remains necessary; the rate of false diagnosis being estimated at 4%. The mechanisms of hysteria remain still dubious but(More)
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